These were by far the most prolific species of Cortinarius growing in the area in which I was foraging. Many seemed to be growing on humus or wood. The specimen in the back of the first photo appeared to be growing on the attached branch.
Spores were ~ 7.8-9.8 X 5.1-6.1 microns and slightly rough.
Did not detect any strong odor.
Habitat was mixed conifers, tanoak and redwood.
KOH on cap was neg to light brown.
KOH on stem was neg.
KOH on cap and stem flesh was lite gray-brown.
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